He will be honored along with other recipients at the 2023 Public Humanities Awards ceremony and reception 5:30 p.m. March 24 at the Two Mississippi Museums.
- Cathy Hayden Archives
Hinds Community College has selected its first group of honorees in its new employee recognition program called IDEAList.
“Receiving this scholarship further confirms the college’s commitment to supporting my academic and career goals.”
“With support from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Mississippi Humanities Council, along with the Institute for Museum and Library Services, we’ve been able to provide internships for our students to explore careers in the humanities through their work at the Museum.”
It’s the failures that shaped Olivia Williams’ experience in Hinds Community College’s Associate Degree Nursing program.
More than 850 students graduated from Hinds Community College in one of two ceremonies Dec. 15 at the Muse Center on the Rankin Campus.
“Freedom isn’t free; we all have a role to play.”
“This is another example of the strong partnerships between Hinds and our K12 partners. Our goals align with providing the best educational programs for the students of central Mississippi and beyond.”
The ACT Basics course is designed to help students improve their ACT scores by becoming familiar with the ACT test, test prep resources and strategies to begin mastering ACT questions.
The Foundation will award more than 900 scholarships during the 2022–2023 academic year.